Polar Geopolitics analyzes the global and regional implications of rapid climate change and rising international interest in the Arctic and Antarctica. The podcast is centered around in-depth discussions with experts on a wide array of topics relevant to the northern and southern polar regions, including governance and international relations; geo-economics and resource exploitation; environmental preservation and sustainable development; scientific research and science diplomacy; infrastructural expansion; and social and societal issues in high latitude locations.
Polar Geopolitics is produced in Stockholm by Eric Paglia, whose PhD. dissertation The Northward Course of the Anthropocene: Transformation, Temporality and Telecoupling in a Time of Environmental Crisis (KTH 2016) and other academic work has explored scientific and environmental aspects of geopolitics in the Arctic. He is also the host of the environment and sustainability podcast ThinkGloballyRadio.org. Contact Polar Geopolitics via firstname.lastname@example.org
Polar Geopolitics is available on iTunes